He was selected through a competitive process that included input from the community of stakeholders at Bluff City School including teachers, staff, and regional leadership. Mr. Everett began his new role with BCHS in June 2022.
Mr. Everett started his career in education as a classroom technology specialist for DeSoto County Schools in Mississippi. He has served in a variety of roles, including English Language Arts teacher, instructional coach, assistant principal, and campus president for a small network of charter schools in Memphis, where he served as the academic leader for the staff and scholars .
“I am thrilled to be joining this community,” said Mr. Everett. “I am looking forward to leveraging the power of community partnerships and an equity lens to provide a world-class learning experience for the students of Bluff City High School.”
Mr. Everett takes over Bluff City HS, which this year had a spike in the iReady English and Math assessments. Since the 2018-2019 school year, the percentage of all students in GDPST meeting their Typical Growth Goal has increased, reaching 59% in Reading and 54% in Math.
“We are so happy to welcome Mr. Everett to Bluff City High School. His experience as an educator and academic leadership is a great fit for us.” said Jocquell Rodgers, Executive Director of Green Dot Public Schools Tennessee. “We are eager to see Mr. Everett’s dedication to student success come to life at Bluff City High.”
Parents and students had the opportunity to meet Mr. Everett in early July as part of enrollment activities held at the school, located at 4100 Ross Rd. in Memphis. Bluff City High is one of three high schools that Green Dot Public Schools operates in the city, graduating 110 students in the class of 2022!